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Welcome to today’s Blog Hop. This week we are showcasing three sets from our NEW April Release. Last week we concentrated  on graduation and other congratulatory events using two of our new sets. This week we will concentrate on the remaining three sets – All Occasion Sentiments SET 1 and SET 2 and Patriotic Sentiments. Combine these sentiments with images, sentiments or Scripture from our other sets and your options are limitless! Hop along with us. The link list is a bit further down.


All three of these new sets have something to offer.  From beautiful script font to simple block font, and so many patriotic sentiments.

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I was cleaning my studio a few days back and came across some of the adhesive mesh that was so popular 10+ years ago.  I used a couple reinkers and a sponge to pounce it onto the background and then removed the mesh.  I love it!


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I used:

Stamp Simply Clear Stamps – All Occasion Sentiments SET2
Authentique – 6 x 6 – Frontier
Spectrum Noir Ultrasmooth Premium White cardstock
Spellbinders Nestabilities – Classic Circles
Spellbinders Nestabilities – Lacey Circles

Memento Tuxedo Black Dye Ink
Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink Reinker – Black Soot

Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink Reinker – Candied Apple
Tim Holtz Layering Stencil – Mesh

Royal Synthetic Artist Sponges –

Prima – Red Rose medium, red leaves
Kaisercraft – 1/2 pearls- Black

1/4″ ScorTape
Thermaweb 3D 1/4″ foam squares

Black cardstock


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Ready to get hopping?  Here you go!

Sharon Johnson (The Stamp Simply Blog) <- Start here

Holly McMillen

Sheri Holt

Deb Saaranen

Deb Felts

Heidi Blankenship

Darsie Bruno


Thanks for stopping by!

4 Responses to “~All Occasion Sentiments and Patriotic Blog Hop – Stamp Simply Clear Stamps~”

  1. on 25 Apr 2018 at 06:38Deb Saaranen

    Very pretty gingham half circle with the stenciling! Love it!

  2. on 25 Apr 2018 at 14:09Deb

    Cool card, Holly! I love your stencil trick!

  3. on 25 Apr 2018 at 18:48Sue D

    Great design. I like how you used the mesh as a stencil.

  4. on 25 Apr 2018 at 20:52Traci Starkweather

    I love gingham! I bet i have some nack in my stash. What a great card! Im guessing that you stippled the pain through the screen for all of your dots? I love that look! Great colors, too!

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